Welsh Lib Dem special conference votes to resurrect coalition talks with Tories and Plaid

Welsh Liberal Democrats have agreed to try to revive plans for a coalition assembly government with Plaid Cymru and the Conservatives.

A special Lib Dem conference in Llandrindod Wells voted 125 to 77 to resume talks with the other parties.

It comes days after the “rainbow alliance” collapsed when the party executive failed to back the plans.

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6 Comments

  • Anthony Anstruther 26th May '07 - 5:13pm

    Ming won’t be happy.

  • Any evidence at all for that assertion? No?

  • Jonathan Davies 26th May '07 - 11:28pm

    We are a Federal Party. Ming is Leader of the Federal Party and a member of the Scottish Party. I believe that he will rightly consider any decision on coalititon partners in the Welsh Assembly is a matter for the Welsh Party.

    It’s a testament to the fact that we are Liberal DEMOCRATS that we trust our members though Conference to have such a significant influence on these decisions

  • welshproudliberal 27th May '07 - 5:21am

    graeme and Jonathan are true liberal federalists.

    We are a welsh party here AND MING HAS NO SAY IN OUR INTERNAL WORKINGS

  • Real Liberal 27th May '07 - 1:09pm

    This whole “debate” isn’t doing the Welsh Lib Dems much good, is it?

  • pendrepepper 27th May '07 - 4:34pm

    A right pigs breakfast of a situation. If a car was driven as erraticly as the Welsh Lib Dems the police would be stopping it to breathalyse the driver.

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